We talk with Jesse Kornbluth about his first novel Married Sex: A Love Story
Writer, critic and author, Jesse Kornbluth created HeadButler.com a website curating items for your… [more]
The Power of Protein Powder Supplements
As we enter the dog days of summer, that beach body you’ve been working so hard to achieve or maintain… [more]
THE SEX FILES: Scarlet Red and Megan Rain Star in Two New Titles From Adult Empire
Just a year into her adult career the stunning blonde beauty Scarlet Red makes quite the impression on… [more]
FILM: Best of Enemies
Back in 1968, of the three major T.V. networks vying for prime time Nelson-rated viewership, ABC was… [more]
Listening Party/Record Release For John Lodge’s 10,000 Light Yeas Ago @ Joe’s Pub 4/14/2015
As a member of the seminal prog rock group The Moody Blues for some 5 decades (the band is even now touring)… [more]
The Unravelling: Tear a Hole in the Collective Vision
The Unravelling Tear a Hole in the Collective Vision (self-released) Gustavo de Beauville provides… [more]
CONTEST: Win a pair of tickets to see Fireships @ The Living Room, 6/24/15
We're giving away a pair of tickets to see NYC's Fireships when they play at The Living Room on June… [more]
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In the heart of Harlem’s West Side, there is a place where creative French, African and Mediterranean flavors collide in a flavorful […]
As we enter the dog days of summer, that beach body you’ve been working so hard to achieve or maintain is foremost […]
In Best Enemies filmmakers Robert Gordon and Morgan Neville give us a perfect picture of a wonderful age in American politics, lovingly reveal the very best of the art of debate and remind us that there was a time where great thinkers could expound on their views, even argue and call one another names, without fear of being politically incorrect…and the world was a better place because of it.
“Master Drone” sees de Beauville’s heavy hits-with again harmonies from Moore- and a single line melody soaring in the background from an overdriven guitar and “No One’s Song” has a plucky back beat and dangerous swirl with piano lines layering through the mist…and Moore quite understated relating dripping imagery. Another favorite of mine, what I really liked about this one is that the guys kept things coiled, just on the precipice of really exploding; a nice tight metered approach of imminent danger.
First of all, Joe’s Pup is a stellar place to attend a concert or a small intimate Q&A/listening party, which this was. Lodge’s new album 10,000 Light Years Ago (his first solo album in 38 years!) is a lush 8-song achievement. It features some signature Moody Blue-isms (as well as Lodge bringing back two old Moody’s to play on the stand-out tune “Simply Magic” a song about his grandson) as well as country-influenced numbers, wrenching love ballads and some fiddle-stomping fun. All around this is a collection of songs that Lodge assured us are about his life, but not so much a looking backward as looking into the future.
If you don’t know who Allen Klein is, you are going to find all about this super dooper modern music manager/deal maker in Fred Goodman’s richly researched hardcover Allen Klein: The Man Who Bailed Out The Beatles, Made The Stones, and Transformed Rock and Roll. Feel about Klein as you might, coming new to his story and suspicious of any man with this much power and influence, enjoying his exploits and brashness, there is no denying that Allen Klein was a force to be be reckoned with…even moving amongst powerhouses like The Beatles and The Rolling Stones.
Writer, critic and author, Jesse Kornbluth created HeadButler.com a website curating items for your head. A concierge at your fingertips recommending the best intellectual […]
Something dramatic has happened in New York city. Crime rates have dropped. In fact, Michael Bloomberg has said that it is the safest […]
Not that I had any doubt that David Greenspan, stalwart performer/writer/creator wouldn’t handle the material as expertly as he did. Still, understanding, interpreting then speaking as well as acting text by Gertrude Stein is not an easy task. Greenspan’s spin at it Composition…Master-Pieces…Identity (running until 6/27 down at The Connelly Theater (220 East 4th Street, Manhattan) was pretty much masterful-as I say I expected it to be-but I also understood what he was on about, no easy task when it comes to Stein’s ruminations on these three subjects.
We’re giving away a pair of tickets to see NYC’s Fireships when they play at The Living Room on June 24th. To […]
Just a year into her adult career the stunning blonde beauty Scarlet Red makes quite the impression on her new feature Adult Empire DVD. With each scene beginning with a short interview, we get Scarlet in white shorts and blue tank, jeans shorts and crop top (which she quickly takes off to show us her Marilyn Monroe lips and quote tat) and black dress. Along the way Scarlet is ‘visited’ by Danny Mountain first (in a very long sex scene), Dillion Harper in equal jeans shorts, Luna C. Kitsuen, who starts just with Scarlet but the girls soon welcome Bruce Venture into the equation (and they really seem so glad to see him!) and a last scene again with Dillion and Bruce.
Simply hot hardcore action here directed by Jay Rock, Scarlet Red is a wonder to behold.
I happened to score a tour of NYC’s City Winery from the wonderfully informative Ethel Berdah, the restaurant/music venue’s P.R. lady. Below […]